Pedro wins debut; the curl stills looks good

With the Jheri curl in full effect, Pedro Martinez pitched from a big league mound for the first time this season at Wrigley Field on Wednesday evening as a Philadelphia Philly. The 3-time Cy Young winner helped the Phillies defeat the Cubs 12-5, more important Martinez recorded his first win in nearly a year and […]

Everyone Saw Jaime Moyer Being Sent To The Bullpen Coming, Everyone Except Jamie Moyer

No matter how you feel about the Phillies’ decision to send Jaime Moyer to the bullpen, I know you saw this coming. The minute that the Phillies began jet-setting to the Dominican Republic to watch Pedro Martinez throw the ball around, Moyer was done. And that goes without mentioning the addition of Cliff Lee. But […]

Ozzie Guillen Vows That Retailiation Is A Must

Ozzie Guillen has had enough of the chin music opposing pitchers have been playing for his players. In fact, Guillen vows that his pitchers will begin to dole out some chin music of their own. Guillen was pushed over the top after Saturday’s game where Paul Konerko, Scott Podsednik and Gordon Beckham all got hit […]

I Never Knew That The Phillies And The Indians Were The Same Team

You didn’t know either? Well it’s completely obvious now. I guess, as they say, the gig is up. I just wish someone would’ve clued me in on this earlier. If they had, I wouldn’t have spent my last hour at work yesterday wondering why the Indians basically gave away Cliff Lee and Ben Francisco to […]

Rickey Henderson Scored Runs, Stole Bases, And Spawned At Least One Marriage

Rickey Henderson and Jim Rice were inducted into the MLB Hall of Fame on yesterday. And to no one’s surprise, Rickey Henderson stole the show. But enough of the on-the-field accolades. Let’s talk about one of his off-the-field accolades. Mainly, that completely real photo above. Yes, along with being the greatest lead-off hitter to ever […]

A Perfect Game Is Truly Perfect With A Catch Like This

Mark Buehrle tossed a perfect game yesterday against the Tampa Bay Rays. DeWayne Wise made a perfect catch yesterday to save that perfect game against the Tampa Bay Rays. Unfortunately, I was unable to view either of these with my own two eyes because I gotta bring home the bacon. Fortunately, people have nothing to […]

Chronicling My 3 Hours Of Hell The Home Run Derby

I’m definitely not a baseball purist. In fact, I’m all for cutting the baseball season down to 100 games. Or 80. Or even 60, if I were able to get away with it. Yet, last night I tried to put away my impure feelings about the game of baseball and decided to take in the […]

The World Anti-Doping Agency Thinks It’s Time For MLB To Man Up

One must admit that the MLB drug policy has come a long way. It has been rewritten three times, each time having stiffer penalties. Currently, a player is suspended for 50 games without pay for the first positive test, 100 games for a second, and a lifetime ban if you’re a big enough idiot to […]

The Erik Estrada Interview Series Is Over Before It Ever Began

Erik Estrada was summoned to Wrigley Field yesterday to give his rendition of “Take Me Out To The Ballgame” during the 7th inning stretch of the Cubs, Braves game. Afterwards, he sat down with Cubs’ broadcasters Len Kasper and Bob Brenly for a little chat. The chat was “interesting” to say the least. Not interesting […]

The Braves Organization Must Teach The Art of Tirades To Their Managers

As you know, here at No Guts, we love a good umpire ejection. And likewise, we love the reactionary manager tirade. And it seems that the Braves organization loves their managers togo into tirade mode after they’re ejected as well. H/T Zoner Fan of No Guts, No Glory? Subscribe to our feed! or Follow us […]